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Marlins brass meeting in NY on Wednesday

    NEW YORK -- The Marlins are calling in all the big guns for a Wednesday pow-wow, presumably to go over what went wrong this season and to discuss ways to make repairs before the team moves into new ballpark in 2012.

     Arriving for the summit, most likely at owner Jeffrey Loria's New York office: president David Samson, president of baseball operations Larry Beinfest, general manager Mike Hill, assistant g.m. Dan Jennings, vice president of player development and scouting Jim Fleming, and front office special assistants Andre Dawson, Tony Perez and Jeff Conine.

     These end-of-season meetings are not anything new, so nothing special should be read into it. But, considering the many failures of this year's club, they should have plenty to discuss, everything from the current on-field staff -- including manager Jack McKeon -- to the current roster makeup.

      If you could suggest one change -- and only one -- what would it be?

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